The Gaming Revenue Numbers for January are out. The state as a whole was down, as was the Las Vegas Strip. Meanwhile, Laughlin numbers were up.
Casinos in Laughlin, NV posted a gaming revenue increase of 6.92% for the month of January 2016
(compared to the same period in 2015).
The Nevada Gaming Control Board reported statewide gaming revenue in Laughlin was $42,303,361 in January 2016 compared to $39,672,749 in January 2015.
In Clark County, Laughlin, Downtown Vegas, North Las Vegas and the Boulder Strip were all up, while the Las Vegas Strip was down -7.72%
The breakdown by area was as follows:
Las Vegas Strip - down -7.72%
Downtown Vegas - up 8.83%
Laughlin - up 6.92%
North Las Vegas - up 10.57%
Boulder Strip - up 16.09%
Mesquite - down -1.81%
Clark County (where Laughlin and Vegas are located) had an overall gaming decrease of 3.3%.for November of 2015.
Data and the above Chart are from the Nevada Gaming Control Board Press Release which can be viewed in it's entirety at: http://gaming.nv.gov/modules/showdocument.aspx?documentid=10899
Gaming numbers are comparisons based on the same month for the previous year.
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